If you are planning a destination wedding or even a wedding at the height of summer then you want to pick a wedding gown that is lightweight, easy to wear and won’t leave you hot and sticky! So for your destination wedding, ditch the ballgowns and instead opt for fitted fishtails, flowing fabrics and relaxed styles. Take a look at ten gorgeous gowns all perfect for a destination wedding.

  • Jen Doherty — MorganJen Doherty — MorganThis lightweight gown from Jen Doherty is made from double silk crepe with a round neck and small capped sleeves. Small floral details give the gown a touch of something special while the kick train is just enough to keep your destination wedding dress feeling suitably bridal.

    For more information visit: www.jendoherty.com
  • Yvonne Harrington — HannahYvonne Harrington — HannahIf you are having a destination wedding then this is the perfect excuse to wear an on-trend short wedding dress. This cute A-line gown has a fitted waist and a flattering bateau neckline. Team this simple and elegant style with a beautifully embroidered veil to really complete the look.

    For more information visit: www.yvonneharrington.ie
  • Claire O’ConnorClaire O’ConnorIf you are looking for a bridal gown that is a little different from the norm then this halterneck gown from Claire O’Connor could be what you have been searching for. The draped detail of the skirt makes this gown perfect for a laid back beach wedding. Image credit: Maciej Pestka for Beloved Bridal.

    For more information visit: www.claireoconnor.ie
  • JRotherwell — The White CollectionJRothwell — The White CollectionThis gorgeous gown is from The White Collection at JRothwell. The two tone cream dress is made from silk, making it a perfect lightweight option for your destination wedding. A cinching band and the lace detail at the neckline give this gown a beautiful finish.

    For more information visit: www.jrothwell.net
  • Patrick Casey — CapriPatrick Casey — CapriThe Capri dress from Patrick Casey has all the light and flowing detail you could want from your destination wedding dress. The empire line gown is made from fluid silk chiffon and is beautifully finished with Swarovski crystal detailing.

    For more information visit: www.patrickcasey.ie
  • Lizzie Agnew — DollyLizzie Agnew — DollyWe love the fun and flirty 1950’s style Dolly dress from Lizzie Agnew. The shorter length of the gown will allow you to beat the heat at your destination wedding, while the full skirt keeps the look suitably bridal. Embrace the 50’s style by completing with a birdcage veil.

    For more information visit: www.lizzieagnew.co.uk
  • Sarah FoySarah FoyAdd some asymmetric style to your look with this stunning dress from Sarah Foy. The one shoulder detail is perfect for creating a Grecian feel and the dark red corsage on the dress adds a flash of colour that you can continue throughout your wedding theme.

    For more information visit: www.sarahfoy.com
  • Sincerity Bridal — Style 3802Sincerity Bridal — Style 3802If you are still trying to keep your bridal look traditional for your destination wedding, then style 3802 from Sincerity Bridal is perfect for you. The delicate cap sleeves and stunning illusion back are the finishing touches that make this dress extra special.

    For more information visit: www.sinceritybridal.com
  • Enzoani — InaraEnzoani — InaraThe Inara dress from Enzoani can add some sophisticated style to your day and the metallic accents at the waist of the dress not only flatter your figure, they can also add a bit of sparkle to your wedding day.

    For more information visit: www.enzoani.com
  • Tia by Benjamin Roberts — Style 5502Tia by Benjamin Roberts — Style 5502Be a picture of elegance in this draped gown from Tia by Benjamin Roberts. The cowl neck and scooped back make this dress really stand out and you can choose to have the dress with or without the side cut-out detail.

    For more information visit: www.benjaminroberts.co.uk